Enjoy America's manliest places to get your grub on, including a wild steakhouse in Texas, butcher-fresh burgers in Chicago and a towering Manhattan mountain of meat!Go to Episode
The appeal of this glorious pizza shack is the improbability of its proprietor. At 73, Burt Katz, the inventor of the caramelized crust and a pizza legend in Chicago, resembles a strung-out Santa.
8541 Ferris Ave
Morton Grove, IL 60053
Butcher & the Burger is a unique, new concept in dining. It’s like an old-fashioned butcher shop combined with a casual burger counter, all capped with some gourmet flair.
1021 West Armitage Ave
Chicago, IL 60614
Cattleman's Steakhouse is a hot contender for the "mas macho" restaurant in the nation. It’s located on a real cattle ranch where the wildlife roams free and coyotes are known to occasionally wander over to watch customers eat their steaks.
(4 1/2 miles) N IH 10
Fabens, TX 79838
Located in the deep South, this East-meets-West eatery attracts men from all over in search of what has been dubbed “Far Out Food” – a combination of Asian barbecue served inside Mexican casings, like tacos and tortillas.
1341 Collier Rd
Atlanta, GA 30318
Partners Mark Pastore and Chris Cosentino welcome open-minded diners to come and experience an eating adventure in their edgy, Dante-themed restaurant.
1550 Church St
San Francisco, CA 94131
Katz’s is the oldest deli in New York City and what many consider to be the best. People make pilgrimages from all over the world to eat here.
205 E Houston St
New York, NY, 10002
With its giant portions of protein fresh from the sea, knotty pine interior and burly fisherman in sight from the front porch, it’s easy to see why Mabel’s Lobster Claw is one of the manliest seafood shacks in America.
124 Ocean Ave
Kennebunkport, ME 04046
Oklahoma Joe’s can be found in the barbeque Mecca of Kansas City, KS, where the meat is smoked with a dry rub. The signature ingredient is the sauce – a thick and sweet concoction of tomatoes and molasses.
3002 West 47th Ave
Kansas City, KS 66103